Eliane B (27 June 2011)
"To Leigh - Re: Elenin"


Dear Leigh,


In response to your letter: http://www.fivedoves.com/letters/june2011/leigh626-2.htm


Elenin object might really be a comet and nothing important happens at all this year (disasters or prophetically related occurrences) in regards to this celestial body.


What some people are saying is that there are celestial bodies that are so cold that they aren’t correctly detected on telescopes. This kind of phenomenon happens with dwarf stars.


Some links below. I have no idea if those theories are correct.












Most people seem to think that a dwarf star of great mass would be visible if using the ELEnin orbit/flight path, but someone explains why we cannot yet see this inbound object in the first video here. Apparently the combination of being super-cold and containment within a massive gravity well provides the dwarf star with a cloak of invisibility, because the star absorbs light and the gravity well creates a phenomena called Gravitational Lensing (link) that bends light and allows you to see the stars in the distance. The NASA orbit data says this comet reaches perigee in the center of orbit nearest the Sun on September 11, 2011.